Publications by: Michael Wood
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Gabriel, Jennifer, and Wood, Michael (2015) The Rimbunan Hijau Group in the forests of Papua New Guinea. Journal of Pacific History, 50 (3). pp. 322-343.
Wood, Michael, and Dundon, Alison (2014) Great ancestral women: sexuality, gendered mobility, and HIV among the Bamu and Gogodala of Papua New Guinea. Oceania, 84 (2). pp. 185-201.
Wood, Michael (2014) Times and transitional relief in negotiating permits in a PNG logging concession, 1992-2012. Pacific Studies, 37 (1). pp. 1-28.
Henry, Rosita, Otto, Ton, and Wood, Michael (2013) Ethnographic artifacts and value transformations. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, 3 (2). pp. 33-51.
Maclaren, David, Tommbe, Rachael, Mafile'o, Tracie, Manineng, Clement, Fregonese, Federica, Redman-MacLaren, Michelle, Wood, Michael, Browne, Kelwyn, Muller, Reinhold, Kaldor, John, and McBride, William John (2013) Foreskin cutting beliefs and practices and the acceptability of male circumcision for HIV prevention in Papua New Guinea. BMC Public Health, 13. pp. 1-17.
Wood, Michael (2013) Mesede and the limits of reciprocity in fieldwork at Kamusi, Western Province, Papua New Guinea. Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 14 (2). pp. 126-135.
Wood, Michael (2013) Spirits of the Forest, the Wind, and New Wealth: defining some of the possibilities, and limits, of Kamalu possession. In: Aikhenvald, Alexandra Y, and Dixon, R. M. W., (eds.) Possession and Ownership: a cross-linguistic typology. Explorations in Linguistic Typology . Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 261-273.
Filer, Colin, and Wood, Michael (2012) The creation and dissolution of private property in forest carbon: a case study from Papua New Guinea. Human Ecology, 40 (5). pp. 665-677.
Wood, Michael (2011) Book review of "Society of Others: Kinship and Mourning in a West Papuan Place" by R. Stasch, University of California Press, 2009. Australian Journal of Anthropology, 22 (1). pp. 143-145.
Wood, Michael (2011) Initiating God's word into the Kamula's recent past. Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 12 (1). pp. 74-90.
Erckenbrecht, Corinna, Fuary, Maureen, Greer, Shelley, Henry, Rosita, McGregor, Russell, and Wood, Michael (2010) Artefacts and collectors in the tropics of North Queensland. Australian Journal of Anthropology, 21 (3). pp. 350-366.
Wood, Michael (2009) Customary land tenure and registration in Australia and Papua New Guinea: anthropological perspectives. Anthropological Forum, 19 (2). pp. 232-234.
Wood, Michael (2009) The Severed Snake: matrilineages, making place, and a Melanesian Christianity in southeast Solomon Islands. Journal of Anthropological Research, 65 (4). pp. 686-687.
Wood, Michael (2006) Kamula accounts of Rambo and the state of Papua New Guinea. Oceania, 76 (1). pp. 61-82.
Wood, Michael (2005) Charles Lane-Poole and early forest surveys of Papua New Guinea. Journal of Pacific History, 40 (3). pp. 289-309.
Wood, Michael (2005) Book review of "Ethnographies of conservation: Environmentalism and the distribution of privilege" by David G. Anderson & Eeva Berglund, Berghahn Books, New York, USA. Anthropological Forum, 15 (1). pp. 109-111.
Wood, Michael (2005) Book review of "People and Things: Social Mediations in Oceania" by N.C. Durham, Carolina Academic Press, North Carolina, USA. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 16 (2). pp. 264-266.
Wood, Michael (2005) Forests, character and conscience: Lane Poole in Western Australia as recounted mainly by John Thomson. In: Proceedings of 6th National Conference of the Australian Forest History Society, pp. 161-170. From: 6th National Conference of the Australian Forest History Society, 12-17 September 2004, Augusta, WA, Australia.
Wood, Michael (2004) Place, loss and logging among the Kamula. Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 5 (3). pp. 245-256.
Wood, Michael (2004) A question of ownership. Cultural Survival Quarterly, 26 (3). pp. 245-248.
Wood, Michael (2003) Encompassing others: the magic of modernity in Melanesia. Oceania, 73 (3). p. 233.
Wood, Michael (1998) Logging, women and submarines: some changes in Kamula men's access to transformative power. Oceania, 68 (4). pp. 228-248.